We are checking out the soul X. shock genuinely wireless earbuds. Now I reviewed probably 4 or 5 pairs of wireless earbuds on my channel before some I’ve enjoyed and others.
I wasn’t a massive fan of but after using the X. shocks for the last days, these are one of my favorite pairs, and I think if you have not yet tried out genuinely wireless earbuds, might be a good starting option.
I’ll, of course, be going over all the specs and features and talk a bit about my experience with them. Still, if you want to learn more or pick up a pair for yourself, I’ll leave some links down below in the video description for you to check out, so first things first, for the packaging goes, you get a charming presentation here without open flip box.
And right away, you’re greeted by the earbuds themselves. When I pick these up for the first time, I immediately noticed light they were, probably the latest wireless earbuds. I’ve seen, which’s important to me since, significantly, your earbuds don’t fit with my smaller ears. There’s the charging case for the earbuds. This one is maybe a little bigger than some others on the market. Still, there is a reason for that, which I’ll talk about in the second underneath the rest of the packaging.
You’ll find a USB cable for charging the case, a carabiner carrying bag, and one set of replacement tips, along with the usual quick start guide and paperwork. Let’s go ahead and check out the earbuds themselves and, like with all that out of the way.
I mentioned my first impression of these was up they are lightweight, They’re relatively small with a simple shape. There’s no ball could no awkward angles. They’re about minimalistic.
As you can get the rubber, your tips are replaceable, of course, and those three gold pins you see there are the magnetic connecting points for the charging case each year but has a multi-function button on the side.
That allows you to play and pause music with a single press skip to the next song with a double press. You can launch Siri or Google Assistant with a long press both your buds have the same button functions on both sides. Unfortunately, there are no customization options and no volume controls on the buds themselves. The charging case by itself is excellent.
You get this sort of flexible flip cover with textured material and flipping up.
And on the inside of the cover, there’s microfiber to ensure that your budget doesn’t get scratched when you drop.
Your buds into the case the collection is magnetic, which makes things a lot easier, and I’m not sure why other brands still don’t do that and far.
As for why this case is a little significant well along with charging the earbuds up to 16 additional times, it’s worth a 3000 power battery bank without a full-size USB port up front, so you can charge up your smartphone on the go along with charging your earbuds and.
I think that’s an excellent addition to something like this, and the case is still small enough to fit in a pocket anyway.
So I’ll take it being a little bigger if it gets me a battery bank too. The most important things when it comes to wireless earbuds are how they fit and how they sound now. I have had problems in the past with these kinds of your budget not working right and not staying in.
With these, that just wasn’t the case because they’re so light relatively small they’re comfortable. They fit well, and I don’t think they stick that far out than the ones from bows, for example.
I think my only complaint more has to do with the button functionality. It takes a little bit of pressure to click the side buttons, and I can get uncomfortable since you’re pressing on your ear, but it’s not a big deal since.
I never really use the buttons anyway. I was impressed with how they sound; I know many wireless earbuds do not consistently deliver the best audio, but with these extracts. I treat them well above average with fairly clear sound and a good balance Erin bass-heavy. They’re more neutral than anything but overall, to deliver a great listening experience.
During continuous listening for a few hours, I should note that I had no connection issues either everything stayed connected never cut out. These are instant connection types of your buds, so when you pop open the case connect them via Bluetooth for the first time.
They will remain connected to your phone and ready for you to use. My only critique as far sound was that they didn’t quite get loud maybe I’d hoped at total volume. Listening to music was comfortable, whereas other earbuds might sound great at 60 to 70 percent volume.
They do block out noise well depending on how deep you push them in your ears, but there isn’t any active noise cancellation or anything like that, so boisterous environments where you’ll have to bring up the volume since you’re not.
That loud, it might be a little challenging far as battery life.
I was able to get more than 3:00 hours on a single charge. There are plenty of wireless earbuds out there that are better than that but can get 16 more leads from the case means.
You probably won’t have to plug these in all that often, and they are relatively water-resistant.
You don’t have to worry about sweat getting in the middle, and they could even be submerged in water for up to 30 minutes, so all in all, I think the soul X. shocks packs a lot of solid features in a really nice and comfortable pair of earbuds.
You are paying a little more for these at $169, but at that price, you get a lightweight pair of wireless earbuds that sound great, have good battery life, and a charging case that even doubles a power bank. They’re really.
The complete package, so please, guys, enjoyed this article. Let me know your thoughts on the selection ox in the comments below. and I’ll see you guys later.